USA (Denver), October 25, 2005 Review

artist: switchfoot date: 10/27/2005 category: live concerts
switchfoot: USA (Denver), October 25, 2005
Quality of sound and the songs was outstanding. The audience loved Switchfoot. They played songs from 'Nothing Is Sound' and 'The Beautiful Letdown.'
 Sound: 10
 Perfomance: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
 Overall rating:
 9.9 
 Reviewer rating:
 10 
 Users rating:
 9.8 
 Votes:
 4 
review (1) user comments vote for this concert:
overall: 10
USA (Denver), October 25, 2005 Reviewed by: Ryboy6767, on october 27, 2005
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

Sound: Jon, the lead singer was drinking green tea and even started a few conversations about it because he was sick and the altitude was getting to him on top of that. Despite this, he was awesome and hit every note just fine. His voice was just as good if not better than the CD's. They all played their normal guitars, basses, keyboard, and drums. Most used Gibsons I believe. Quality of sound and the songs was outstanding. At one time Jon actually sang into his guitar and made some really cool effects. // 10

Perfomance: The audience loved Switchfoot. They played songs from "Nothing Is Sound" and "The Beautiful Letdown." Their encore was two of my favorite songs: Stars and then We Are One Tonight. Two times during the concert, the audience would start chanting one of their older songs and Jon would give in and play part of it. They played "Company Car" and one other because of this. They connected with the audience very well. During "Gone," I think it was, Jon got up on the bass drum, grabbed a drumstick and started banging one of the cymbals to the beat. That was incredible. The lighting was well rehersed and went along with the preformance very well. "Meant To Live" had a cool beginning that lasted about a minute when nobody knew what song it was until they bust into their cool intro. // 10

Overall Impression: The show was in the United States, Denver, Colorado, at the Ogden Theatre. The date was the 25th of October, 2005. The two opening bands were Reeve Oliver who was really good and then Eisley who I thought was kind of boring. After the two bands everyone was stoked for Switchfoot though. The tickets cost about $28 including fees. I would definitly go see them again. // 10

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